God of War has today launched its 1.0.6 update over on PC platforms, so here’s the full list of changes and fixes with this patch. As this is yet another small patch number for God of War, you shouldn’t go in expecting anything crazy to get excited for (and frankly shouldn’t expect that of any update for the game). Instead, this is merely fixing up bugs for those still working through the game or just getting started. That’s a nice thing to have, as there are some nice fixes hidden away in here. It just isn’t anything worth writing home about. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with God of War on PC in its 1.0.6 update!
God of War PC Update 1.0.6 Patch Notes
- Enabling FSR will now no longer result in blurry/blocky image quality
- Xbox controllers will now have proper joystick sensitivity
- Mouse Precision Mode will no longer cause movement animations to break
- Added translations for Precision Mode that were not included in patch v1.0.5
- Mouse Precision Mode now supports Aim Assist
In v1.0.5 we added an error message that reported if the game was having issues saving or loading save game files. This message interrupted gameplay and was determined to be ultimately unhelpful for players. We’re still investigating reported issues surrounding save game files, but for now we have disabled this error message.
All in all, this is a fairly decent update for the game if a bit unexciting. It seems the main focus surrounds the Precision mode, which offers help to those who need help with Mouse Precision in general. Having FSR be fixed up is a nice additive as well, as the complete breaking of image quality is obviously an unplayable level issue. Hopefully, the next update brings some great changes as well!